Lanham: University Press of America, 1984. First Edition. Octavo, 200 pages; VG-; bound in dark blue cloth, dull gilt lettering to spine; mild rubbing and wear to boards; mild bumping to corners; interior clean; scarce; shelved case 5.
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As a Chicago labor official, Keenan has served as Secretary of the Chicago Federation of Labor. Since 1940 his positions have included: Labor Adviser to the Associate Director General, Office of Production Management, 1940-41, Associate Director, Labor Production Board, 1942, Vice Chairman, labor production, War Production Board, 1943-45, Labor Adviser to General Lucius D. Clay, Berlin, Germany, 1945-47, Secretary-Treasurer, Building and Construction Trades Dept. (AFL), 1950-54; Director, Labor's League for Political Education (AFL), 1948-55, Director, Committee on Political Education (AFL-CIO), 1955 to present, and International Secretary, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, 1954-1976